St. Joseph's Church Hall
Pilates is a complete exercise method dedicated to improving physical and mental health. Pilates focuses on building your body's core strength and improving your posture through a series of low repetition, low impact stretching, and conditioning exercises. You will increase your core strength (back, abdominals and pelvic floor), improve your flexibility and agility and at the same time tone your stomach and thigh muscles.
Pilates was invented for injured dancers nearly a century ago by gymnast Joseph Pilates.
It is suitable for everyone regardless of age, sex and level of fitness. Each exercise can be done at different levels of intensity with additional modifications to cater for anyone with specific muscular or joint limitations. If you are in any doubt, it is always advisable to check with your GP before undergoing any exercise programme.
Pilates is a challenging yet safe exercise that promotes a balanced body, a longer, leaner, toned shape, superb posture, a flat stomach, a strong back and increased mobility and flexibility. It also increases strength and endurance, improves balance and co-ordination, all without producing over developed or bulky muscles.
These are multi-level classes suitable for beginner and intermediate levels.
Kim is qualified to teach older adults, GP referral and is a Low Back Pain Exercise Specialist.
Other classes have limited spaces, please contact me using the contact form on www.stonehousefitness.co.uk if you are interested.
18:00 Wednesday, Stonehouse Scout Hut.
09:30 Thursday, Douglas Morley Hall, (Methodist Church Hall), Elm Road